I am a bargain hunter, patiently laying in wait for the best deals of the year, only to pounce upon them with the eagerness of a lion bringing down its prey. Most of these deals take place each year on Black Friday, and the astute shopper can score big savings if he sticks to a plan.
This year’s bargain hunting went off without a hitch, like a military operation. I ordered a dining room table and several other items from Macy’s online. No problems: Thanks Macy’s for not wasting my time by making me come to the store. Next I perused the Kohl’s sale. With special discounts for online shopping, free shipping, and $15 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent, you can’t go wrong. Internet purchases out of the way, I headed to the local Walmart early to look for the items on my list, from the $98 TV to the Hello Kitty play set. By the time the sale started at 6 p.m., I was ready. By 6:30 p.m. I had paid, and was on my way home. Great customer service, Walmart.
Then came Jos. A. Bank.